Kristin Chenoweth was injured by a piece of equipment while working on "The Good Wife" Wednesday in New York and taken to a hospital for treatment.
The tiny vocal powerhouse was hit on the head by scaffolding and transported by ambulance, the actress' rep confirmed to the Associated Press.
A production source told TMZ Chenoweth was struck by a piece of lighting equipment that was felled by a gust of wind, and then she hit her head on the concrete when she fell. Pictures posted on the site show the actress strapped to a backboard and wearing a neck brace as she was being loaded into an ambulance.
She appeared to be "knocked out cold," a witness told TMZ. A New York Fire Department official told AP that she was being treated for "minor injuries." Chenoweth's rep did not respond immediately to a Ministry inquiry regarding the actress's condition.